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If you find yourself struggling with the LSAT Analytical Reasoning section, and are not sure how to study for the games and reasoning skills tested, you are not alone. Developing the abilities tested on the Analytical Reasoning section can be a difficult and counterintuitive process, particularly since logic games are rarely integrated into undergraduate coursework. Furthermore, it can be nearly impossible to accurately and efficiently identify the steps in your own reasoning that have led you astray in a given problem. Self diagnosing weak areas can prove a futile task. Studying for the LSAT Analytical Reasoning section on your own can be very frustrating and stressful. If you are looking to get some expert help on this section of the exam, LSAT Analytical Reasoning tutoring may be able to help, and Varsity Tutors can connect you with the perfectly matched tutor for your needs.

Whether you are confused by the game rules or not sure about the timing for this section, an LSAT tutor has the resources and experience you need to succeed. Instructors work individually with students to create tailored study plans focused on their particular areas of difficulty. An able tutor could help you solve the games within the time limits, reorganize your thoughts to recognize patterns more quickly, and/ or learn tips and tricks to be more successful. Private tutoring also prioritizes your busy life as you prepare for law school and offers streamlined, efficient tutoring to help you study more effectively in a time and place of your choosing.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Online LSAT Analytical Reasoning Tutoring review by Brett
The student and I met and went over some more Analytical Reasoning questions. He had taken another practice test and scored extremely high on the reading and logical sections so we spent the time working on the game sections again. I feel that he is close to a breakthrough as his accuracy continues to improve and his speed is increasing. He should be ready for the test in a few weeks. We plan to meet one more time this week and then do a complete test together next weekend and come up with his strategy for the test.
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Online LSAT Analytical Reasoning Tutoring review by Alexander
We went over 2 analytical reasoning sections the student had completed on her own time. I went into depth on how to approach resolve the paradox questions and how to approach questions that utilize some and most.
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Online LSAT Analytical Reasoning Tutoring review by Dan
This was the first session with the student and we focused on logic games for the entire session. We did one problem from her test prep book and then transitioned to doing problems that I brought into the session. She verbalized her thought process as she dissected each of the problems. She has strong skills already. Her feedback was positive, as she said the session helped clarify some of the areas that had bedeviled her up to now.
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Online LSAT Analytical Reasoning Tutoring review by James
Worked through three logic games using a white board to help fine tune the student's game setups and to help "see" the logic behind the question. Made plans for her to take a practice test next Saturday on her own, then to bring it with her to next Sunday's session and work through the wrong answers.
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Online LSAT Analytical Reasoning Tutoring review by Benjamin
The student and I started by doing practice drills. The focus of the drill was to work on the setups for linear logic games. This served as a good way for me to gauge where she was in her progression and how comfortable she was in doing logic games. In the second hour, I had her take a timed logic games section. The purpose was to simulate real test conditions and to use the setup skills that we practiced in the first hour. After grading the section and reviewing troublesome problems, I can see that there is room for improvement in how she paces herself under timed conditions.
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Online LSAT Analytical Reasoning Tutoring review by Tom
Reviewed use of contrapositive in two-group games when all elements are in exactly one group. Reviewed games section strategy, emphasizing delay of time-consuming or difficult questions until end of session.
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